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  • Golf and much more on the Costa Brava....

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    … Girona. (Catalonia) Spain is an international reference for golf enthusiasts. One of the country's most privileged golfing destinations is the Costa Brava (Catalonia). Modern sports complexes offering a full range of services, prestigious hotels, courses designed by worldwide experts, a wide variety…

  • Botanical Gardens.

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    … The exclusive world of the plants protected in Spain’s botanical gardens invites you to take an extraordinary trip through the most breathtaking and diverse flora on the planet. Their locations in cities such as Madrid, Barcelona, Malaga, Valencia, Cordoba and Tenerife make these gardens a high qual…

  • Haute cuisine in Spain.

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    … Cuisine as an artistic creation to delight the senses –this is the way gastronomy is seen in Spain. A range of five-star culinary attractions offering a world of tastes, presentation, aroma, textures, colour... Dishes by chefs such as Adrià, Arzak, Berasategui, Ruscalleda, Santamaría, Subijana and R…

  • Sant Jordi Festival in Barcelona.

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    … Barcelona. (Catalonia) Roses, books and lovers: Barcelona is full of them on 23 April. In Catalonia the World Book Day becomes an especially romantic festivity. The people in Catalonia celebrate the day of their patron saint, Sant Jordi, with a curious tradition. If you want to know what it's about,…

  • The finest dishes… from Spain's museums.

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    … Savouring a delicious recipe by one of Spain's most prestigious chefs is always a delight. However, if you happen to be enjoying it after looking at some of the world's most important works of art, then the idea becomes irresistible. Find out which of Spain's main museums, besides famous paintings a…

  • Partying all night long (after about 4 am).

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    … You can party all night long in Spain, even once the sun has come up. Here are a few ideas to guide you when you set out to enjoy a night out on the town in some of the top Spanish cities for nightlife.  . Madrid. Although any time in Madrid is a good time for dancing and meeting people, you’ll find…

  • Dad, where do animals live?.

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    … How many panda bears have your children seen? How many koalas apart from in cartoons? And snakes that aren't from films? They probably don't even think white tigers exist, nor imagine that a panda eats more than ten kilos of bamboo every day. You neither? Then you have various reasons for visiting t…

  • Spain's Parador hotels: the perfect place for families to stay.

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    … If you are thinking of coming to Spain with your family, and you would like to stay at places with atmosphere, we suggest the Parador hotels. If you choose them as places to spend your holidays, you will find distinctive accommodation, offering services for the smallest members of the family. Your c…

  • Spain's European Heritage.

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    … The European Heritage Label is awarded to those places, monuments or cultural properties that have played a key role in Europe's common history. Spain's inclusion on the list was a foregone conclusion. This trip will take you to see the Spanish sites that have this label and will give you an idea of…

  • Early hours of the evening (between about 8 pm and 11 pm ).

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    … Here are a few ideas to guide you when you set out in the early evening to enjoy a night out on the town in some of the top Spanish cities for nightlife. Madrid. Musicals and theatre: Madrid offers the chance to spend an unforgettable evening in the theatre with a whole range of musical shows every …

  • Poble Espanyol, a children's town in the heart of Barcelona.

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    … Barcelona. (Catalonia) At Poble Espanyol, younger visitors will find a world of adventure, while grown-ups will discover a city without cars where children can run around wherever they want. This enclosed space in the city of Barcelona itself is a scale replica of a town featuring all of Spain's mos…

  • Spas, an Alternative for Quality Tourism.

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    … Few ways of getting to know Spain’s hidden corners are as healthy as a visit to one of its spas. Sun, sea, sports and nature all make up an offer that, for its professionalism and variety, is unique in the world. The most modern facilities and the best health and beauty treatments come together in t…

  • AVE Cities (AVExperience).

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    … Would you like to travel comfortably by train between Madrid and Valencia in just 95 minutes? And between Madrid and Barcelona in two and a half hours? You'll be able to do so thanks to Spain's extensive network of high-speed trains (AVE). When you opt to take these trains you'll be eligible for dis…

  • Vicky Cristina Barcelona: Spain according to Woody Allen.

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    … Barcelona. (Catalonia) Famous director Woody Allen was in no doubt. After many visits to Spain he fell under its charm and chose cities such as Barcelona and Oviedo to shoot his latest film, “Vicky Cristina Barcelona”. Now it is your turn to discover the landscapes and monuments he chose as settings…

  • Endless nights of fun in Barcelona.

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    … Barcelona. (Catalonia) A good way to enjoy the nightlife on offer in Barcelona is by dancing to all hours of the night to the latest techno sounds. The nightclubs in Barcelona are famous all over the world for their electronic music. Many of the top names come to deejay in the city’s discos. In area…

  • The “Movida” in Spain (between about midnight and about 4 am).

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    … If you’re a night owl, this is when you’ll find the maximum opportunity for partying. Here are a few ideas to guide you when you set out to enjoy Spain’s “movida” in the top cities for nightlife. Madrid. Madrid comes alive at night, and especially at the weekend. Discos, bars, cafés and fashionable …

  • The latest avant-garde architecture in Spain.

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    … Strolling around the streets of many cities in Spain you'll notice that innovation and design are to be found in more and more of its buildings. Famous architects such as Frank Gehry, Santiago Calatrava, Richard Rogers, Norman Foster and Rafael Moneo have chosen Spain to build their latest works. He…

  • The Marian Route.

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    … We propose a trip along the itinerary of the Marian Route. You'll see three of the most important and best-known Marian shrines in the whole of Europe and the Americas: the shrines of El Pilar, Torreciudad and Montserrat. You'll also find a wealth of cultural, natural and gastronomic attractions wel…

  • The Sagrada Familia Church, universal symbol of Barcelona.

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    … Barcelona. (Catalonia) Discover an unparalleled architectural gem, a unique creation that has become Barcelona's most universal symbol. Come and get to know the Sagrada Familia, the pinnacle of Antoni Gaudi's creation, a monumental church comprised of shapes, towers, curves and complex, unique sculp…

  • The Via Augusta, following the trail of the Roman Empire in Spain.

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    … Can you imagine walking on a road more than 2,000 years old, surrounded by stunning landscapes? Would you like to go on a wonderful journey back to the times of the Roman Empire? All this is possible if you come to Spain and travel the Via Augusta. A trip that will make you feel like a real emperor.…

  • Science museums in Spain: touching allowed!.

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    … Would you like to have fun while you learn all about yourself and the world around you? Spain's Science Museums offer the chance to enjoy yourself while you discover, in a simple, entertaining and totally interactive way, all the mysteries of nature, human beings and the universe. You'll find out wh…

  • Spain's maritime museums: discover the secrets of the oceans.

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    … Are you interested in the seas and oceans? Would you like to get to know their secrets and discover the history of navigation? If so, then you are in luck. In Spain there are a host of naval and maritime museums awaiting you. Come and see galleons, submarines, shipwreck remains, objects recovered fr…

  • Operas wrapped up in gold.

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    … Spain presents opera with a golden lining. These are the theatres themselves. They will make sure you enjoy the show to the full, in Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Oviedo, and Bilbao. A wide range of first-class opera, and unique settings for you to enjoy the art in every sense. Come to Spain and disc…

  • Mountains to climb in Spain.

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    … Climbing is a great way to have fun while challenging yourself physically, in breathtaking natural surroundings. Spain is Europe's second most mountainous country, and is therefore the perfect option for lovers of this sport. Lofty peaks, crags overlooking the sea, demanding climbs and mountains for…


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